Let’s face it…sitting at a desk all day is no fun. Not only is it no fun, it is dangerous! Yikes…sorry to lay that one on you but it’s true. There are as many health risks associated with sitting all day as there are for smoking and being over-weight. Wow…I just brought the mood down a ton.
Many people don't warm up--or don't warm up thoroughly--before exercise. I think a part of the reason why is that they don't understand why you do it. Today I'm going to talk about how and why to warm up. A number of things happen when you warm up: Joints move through a full range of motion.
Five morning stretches is your topic for today. We live in a stressed and perplexed world today don't we? We go to bed wired and we wake up wired too, lol! Well, with the New Year approaching, it's time you started changing this routine.
As a group fitness instructor it is very easy to become bored with the classes you teach. bellicon Bounce is different from any other format I have every taught. Instructors get tired too especially when they are trying to fill the room with as much energy as possible. With bellicon Bounce I can give the class my all without feeling the usual fatigue felt with other formats. Why is this the case? Because bellicon removes the impact felt with the majority of formats found in the fitness world today. bellicon Bounce is a great cardio class that lets you bounce to the beat.
Have you ever been in the middle of a great run, and then a horrible side stitch hits you? It's actually a cramp or spasm that's caused by pressure from your diaphragm bouncing up and down as you run, hitting your liver. It's a common ailment for joggers and runners, and likely to persist for the rest of your workout. With these four steps, you can outsmart that annoying side stitch. Stretch before you run.
This weekend was full of learning and exploring Pilates with Deborah Lessen, who taught an amazing workshop at the Pilates Center in Rockville, Maryland.Day 1 taught us the skills needed to visually assess our clients correctly.We had some very different body types to work with (our models were participant